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Name: Adam Bernard
Home: Fairfield, Connecticut, United States
About Me: Entertainment journalist with 20 years of experience. Supporter of indie music. Lover of day baseball, and B-movies. Part time ninja. Kicked cancer’s ass. My memoir, ChemBro, is out now!
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How to Break Your Music Into Foreign Markets
Thursday, April 28, 2016

Performing in front of hometown crowds always makes for a great night, but why limit yourself to just being a local hero? There’s an entire world out there, and there’s no reason you can’t be performing in front of international crowds.

One of the great bonuses of being an artist is having the opportunity to see the world. You may think you need a huge record deal and an international marketing team to make that happen, but in actuality, a plethora of indie artists have developed followings overseas all on their own. I spoke with nine indie artists who have international fanbases to find out how they’ve gone about attracting fans from overseas, and the steps they’ve taken to foster the continued growth of those fanbases while at home in the States.

Read the full column at Sonicbids.com.

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